HTC Desire Z is one of the older Android smartphones launched by the Taiwanese handset maker that is still available on the market.
The phone made its debut back in September 2010 with Android 2.2 Froyo onboard, but received an upgrade to Gingerbread a while ago.
Today, Australian carrier Vodafone officially announced that the Android slider would receive a minor update, which is meant to fix a security issue related to Android devices with physical keyboards.
Apparently, this will be the only change that the update is expected to bring to HTC Desire Z
devices. According to Vodafone, the update’s rollout is set to begin on July 6 and will be available using HTC’s firmware over the air (FOTA) platform.
HTC Desire Z is not scheduled for an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade yet, so for the time being the smartphone is stuck on Gingerbread.